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75 days. A new bicolor for home garden or fresh market. Ambrosia is a homozygous sugary enhancer with superb eating quality. Ear length 8 inches, with 16 rows of yellow and white kernels. Plant height 78 inches. This variety is noted for its early vigor and tolerance to Stewarts wilt.
73 days. This All- American Selection Winner combines old-fashioned tomato qualities with modern breeding techniques to produce an all-around hybrid tomato for home gardeners. Extra large “beefy” fruit with average weight 10-12 oz. Deep oblate to globe shape with green shoulders. Indeterminate. Large and vigorous plants need to be staked or caged.
Attractive 4 foot plants with green leaves and burgundy stems, branches, and leaf ribs. Tender 5-7" deep burgundy pods add beautiful color to any gumbo dish. Developed at Clemson University. All-American Winner.
70 days. The large deep fruit of this hybrid tomato is firm and very flavorful. Deep oblate shape, average weight, 7 oz. A strong determinate, medium bush plant. Tolerant to Verticillium Wilt (1 & 2), Nematodes and Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Celebrity is great for the home gardener or for the commercial grower. All-American Selection Winner.
82 days. This All-American Selection Winner Hybrid is very early winter sqash. It produces sweet, medium size fruit, 10-12 inches, uniform shape. Mature fruit can be stored for months. Semi-bush plant. A good producer.
62 day. All American selection winner. Fruit dark green, 8 1/2" x 2", slim, flavorful cucumbers. Compact plant yet vigorous that produces over a longer period. Due to compact vines, this hybrid can be planted in closer row spacing. A very disease tolerant, monoecious hybrid.
55 days. All-American winner. Dark green upright vines. Pods are flat, medium green 6 to 7 inches long x 1/2 inch wide; stringless. Used for market, canning and freezing. White seed.